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Ada Railroad Bridge
Primary Photographer(s): Randy Mulder
Bridge Documented: November 2, 2010
Ada: Kent County, Michigan: United States
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Main Span Length
3 Main Span(s)
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This bridge is a traditionally composed example of a deck
plate girder, with a larger central span flanked by smaller spans at each end.
Supported by concrete piers and abutments, the bridge was constructed by the
American Bridge Company, which was still a fairly new company when this bridge
was built. The Ada Railroad Bridge is not particularly noteworthy on a state
level, but is worth noting as the oldest bridge in Ada today, and the only
bridge in Ada that is genuinely old enough to be considered to have any heritage
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